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scrimmage

American football the clash of opposing linemen at every down
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Well," said he profoundly, "I've thought it might get too hot for Jim Conklin in some of them scrimmages, and if a whole lot of boys started and run, why, I s'pose I'd start and run.
When USC conducted its first spring scrimmage Saturday, backup quarterback Mitch Mustain received more snaps than in the past because reserve quarterback Aaron Corp transferred to Richmond in January.
Thus, not only did Dunigan have his steal, but other post players were also causing turnovers during Tuesday's scrimmage in McArthur Court.
As he came up to the line of scrimmage, I'd look down to check the white of his shoelaces and then dive right into them.
More than 200 of the city's best and brightest students from 26 high schools and 42 teams will participate in a scrimmage (practice session) in the LADWP Science Bowl program, Saturday, Jan.
USC freshman quarterback Matt Barkley will get the most snaps with the first team today when the Trojans hold their third scrimmage of the spring at Howard Jones Field.
The members of Oregon's first-string offense, or at least those on the unit healthy enough to practice, were on the field together for only one drive of the Ducks' 65-minute scrimmage Friday.
After a game in which our punter kicked one straight up and the another out of bounds, five yards beyond the line of scrimmage, I decided to try an idea I had some years ago--the place-kick "punt.
The Seattle Seahawks will take to the field during a special pre-game scrimmage on Saturday, August 3.
USC holds a scrimmage at the Coliseum tonight at 7 that is open to the public.
and the scrimmage - with officials present - begins at 3 p.
DEFENSIVE LINES that hope to be successful have to be taught to attack the offensive line and force them to reestablish the line of scrimmage and create problems for themselves.